UCF’s Phi Delta Theta fraternity made history by winning this year’s intramural sports Greek Cup Championship, by expanding the longest active winning streak in the Greek Cup era to six years.

Alpha Delta Pi also won the Greek Cup this year in the Greek sorority league. Both Phi Delt and Alpha Delta Pi are now in first place for the total number of Greek Cup championships they have won, both with six.

“We are extremely proud of the teamwork, perseverance, and dedication that all of our athletes displayed over the past year and are very excited about our sixth¬†consecutive Greek Cup win,” said Jacob Milich, President of Phi Delta Theta.

Scoring a total of 1,779 points, Phi Delt beat out Zeta Beta Tau, its closest competitor, who earned a total of 1,687 points.

Alpha Delta Pi, who scored 690 total points, won by a wide margin. Kappa Alpha Theta came in second scoring 383 points.

Phi Delt members have taken to twitter to celebrate the victory by posting a graphic with Michael Jordan wearing six rings.

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